Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman has announced a new code share agreement with Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) for flights between Muscat and the Thai capital Bangkok.
On the new agreement, Oman Air’s Chief Operating Officer, Abdulrahaman Al-Busaidy, expressed his delight to have entered into the agreement with THAI saying, “Thai Airways International shares Oman Air’s commitment to delivering the highest quality of products and services. Together with THAI, we will now be able to offer more customers the experience of Oman Air’s award-winning products and services between Muscat and Bangkok.”
On his part, Charamporn Jotikasthira, THAI President, said: “THAI is pleased to offer additional flights and services for passengers from Bangkok and Muscat, Oman through our newest codeshare partner Oman Air. Starting 25 January 2016, THAI will now be able to offer additional flights between Bangkok and Muscat, with THAI operating three roundtrip flights per week (Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday), while Oman Air operating double daily flights per week.
“With the growth in air travelers on this route, THAI is pleased that more customers from this region can experience THAI’s A330-300 aircraft which offers passengers the ambience and services inspired by the rich culture and heritage of Thailand in our elegant Royal Silk Class cabin and spacious Economy Class seating.”
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand. Founded in 1960, THAI operates an average of 975 roundtrip flights per week on domestic, regional and intercontinental routes.
According to THAI, the airline’s philosophy aims to provide a full service to premium passengers while maintaining the highest standards of service to leisure travelers. THAI aims to be the “First Choice Carrier with Touches of Thai” and is regularly voted among the world’s most admired carriers in research carried out by leading travel magazines and from Internet passenger surveys.
Safety is THAI’s top priority. Thai Airways International has operated with high safety standards, adopting new safety regulations and practices as a prerequisite by various authorities around the world, and going even further to implement safety programs that are beyond the requirement.